PREVIOUS JAZZCAST VIDEOS

DECEMBER 7, 2021

The OTC House Band with Tom Herb and Christian Bohnenstengel with guest Robert Matheson, on bass. Our Christmas Show surpassed 3200 views, making it our most viewed JazzCast ever! If you haven’t seen it yet … take a look!

NOVEMBER 9, 2021

The OTC House Band with Tom Herb and Christian Bohnenstengel with guests Ryan Tilby and Keith Sorensen.

OCTOBER 12, 2021

The OTC House Band with Tom Herb, Christian Bohnenstengel and Shawn Owens with guest Robert Matheson.

 

SEPTEMBER 14, 2021

The OTC House Band with Tom Herb, Christian Bohnenstengel and Shawn Owens with guest Isaac Ericksen.

JUNE 8, 2021

The OTC House Band with Tom Herb, Christian Bohnenstengel and Shawn Owens with guest The Shawn Owens Project.

MAY 11, 2021

Glenn Webb brings his group of All Stars are featured in this Jazzcast. Glenn plays original compositions that appear on his latest album "New Roads", which can be found on Amazon
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B08G8MBPJD 

APRIL 13, 2021

Brittany Tilby and friends appear in this Jazzcast. Brittany is a singer and violinist who brings a unique jazz style to the Off The Cuff stage. The event also featured her husband Ryan Tilby, Christian Bohnenstengel and Jay Nygaard. The Tuacahn HS Jazz Combo opened the show.

MARCH 9, 2021

MB3 is our featured guest for this Jazzcast. Tenor saxophonist David Bolsover leads his trio through a set of jazz standards joined by Jazz Alliance of Cedar City's Tom Herb.

FEBRUARY 9, 2021

The Jazz Alliance of Cedar City presents the Southern Utah Jazz Collective.

JANUARY 12, 2021

The Shawn Owens Project with Tom Herb returns to Off The Cuff for this Jazzcast.

DECEMBER 8, 2020

Mr. CP's Jazz Band with Tom Herb are featured in this Jazzcast.

NOVEMBER 24, 2020

Local band, Kind of Blue with Tom Herb are featured in this Jazzcast.

MARCH 7, 2020

The Shawn Owen's Project with Tom Herb are featured in this Jazzcast.

JANUARY 21, 2020

Cedar Jazz Dectet features charts from the Miles Davis Birth of The Cool album, 70 years after the final recording session. This album is important, both historically for the style of music, and because the instrumentation is an early version of the instrumentation of the Cedar Jazz Dectet.